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Buck Carter

07-31-2019 15:12:32

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Runs great for about 45 minutes then quits, new fuel filter, new coil, electronic ignition. Nothing helped. I need advice and guidance. Thanks

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07-31-2019 20:12:35

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 Re: 284 lowboy in reply to Buck Carter, 07-31-2019 15:12:32  
Old has the right idea and I would check your gas cap to see if it is vented. Maybe it stops because it cannot get gas because of a vacuum. After it sits awhile it releases the vacuum and will run again for a while. A quick check would be run it with the caps loose.

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Charlie M

07-31-2019 15:28:49

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 Re: 284 lowboy in reply to Buck Carter, 07-31-2019 15:12:32  
When it quits pull the plug in the carb and see if you continue to get gas for a few minutes. If so you can rule out it being a fuel problem.

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Buck Carter

07-31-2019 15:15:12

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 Re: 284 lowboy in reply to Buck Carter, 07-31-2019 15:12:32  
forgot to mention, if it sits for a hour will start right up.

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07-31-2019 15:58:52

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 Re: 284 lowboy in reply to Buck Carter, 07-31-2019 15:15:12  
Learn to trouble shoot then parts NEVER the other way around. #1 run it till it dies. Then check for a good blue/white spark that will jump a 1/4 inch gap at the center wire of the cap and at the plug wires. No spark or weak spark you have a problem in the distributor #2 pull the carb drain plug and make sure you have a good steady flow of gas that will fill a pint jar in less then 3 minutes

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